Fairy Tail S Tales from Fairy Tail Manga Volume 1

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About Fairy Tail S Tales from Fairy Tail Manga Volume 1

Fairy Tail S: Tales from Fairy Tail volume 1 features story and art by Hiro Mashima.

For the members of Fairy Tail, a guild member’s work is never done. While they may not always be away on missions, that doesn’t mean our magic-wielding heroes can rest easy at home. What happens when a copycat thief begins to soil the good name of Fairy Tail, or when a seemingly unstoppable virus threatens the citizens of Magnolia Town? And when a bet after the Grand Magic Games goes sour, can Natsu, Lucy, Gray, Erza turn the tables in their favor? Come see what a “day in the life” of the strongest guild in Fiore is like in nine wacky short stories!

An onslaught of cute, funny, intense, and downright weird Fairy Tail stories, many never seen before! Includes the following original short stories: Happy the Blue Cat, The Fairies’ Penalty Game, Welcome Back Frosch, 413 Days, She’s Erza!!, Natsu Vs. Mavis, Fairy Tail of the Dead Meeeeeeeeen, The Fairies’ Christmas, and Special Mission: Beware of Men Who Show a Keen Interest.

Details

  • Publisher: KODANSHA COMICS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure, Battles
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 10/24/2017
  • Page Count: 208
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

Ratings & Reviews

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A must read

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While these chapters were not numbered, most of them did run in the original magazine in Japan, and were drawn by Hiro Mashima himself. Some of them even have canon plot points to them. Ultimately, if you're collecting all of Fairy Tail, you cannot pass up on this book or the one that will follow.

Did not dissapoint

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It was definitely worth the wait after purchasing them as soon as I heard the Fairy Tail ova's were getting their own separate books. I also loved all the extra scenes that Hiro included with every story, especially the Christmas party antics, and all the laughs that came with it while reading them during my break hours at work. In the end I would recommend these books to any Fairy Tail or anime fan who would like to check them out in their own free time.